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in the victim's vehicle. >> reporter: using a cell phone police say this man, then 19- year-old tommy whack, instructed the man to park on behind the school. >> the defendant tommy whack got in the car and near as we can tell grabbed him and shot him killing him. it appeared as the victim was shot he was trying to turn away from it. so basically he shot him in the back. he clearly killed this man in cold blood, left him for dead and took his cell phone so he couldn't for help. >> reporter: a woman who lives nearby heard gunshots and called police. from the surveillance tape police spotted whack and his cousin leaving the scene headed toward their home nearby, the same direction canine units tracked them to. the investigators found pictures of him posing with the gun on his home computer. a jury convicted whack of second degree murder and the judge handed down the maximum 30 years. >> at the end of the day it was a killing of an unarmed man who came there really for no violent purpose at all and didn't deserve what he got. >> reporter: we're called the cousin has not yet been sentenced. this
in mind, some users tell us that can take a couple of days. i'm lisa murphy, fox news. >> for more information you can log onto myfoxdc.com. >>> the news keeps coming. here's brian bolter with the news edge at 11:00. >>> hundreds of people diagnosed with cancer within a few miles of fort ditrick. tonight, community members went on the hunt for answers but walked away without any. our camera wasn't welcome at the public meeting. what gives. roz plater is live with the story, roz. >> reporter: what was billed as a public meeting was held in a private venue so they allowed radio reporters in but not our cameras. the reason, the topic is so hot, the folks on the board didn't want their faces flashed across the tv. this is home video of kicking our photographer off the property. they had posted a no video sign outside its meeting. randy white who heads up the foundation, named for his daughter who died, declared it unfair. he said so many frederic residents who couldn't attend the meeting were looking for answers. >> 700 people that have cancer, including my daughter who died two years
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